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The Bolivian IP community has faced many obstacles in recent years, which has made the landscape a challenge to navigate; the National Intellectual Property Office has struggled to provide an effective online infrastructure while issuing unclear decisions, causing confusion among IP practitioners and brand owners. Alongside this, the Bolivian market continues to be crowded with counterfeit products, as Bolivian Customs lacks the financial resources to effectively intercept such products at the border; IP practitioners continue the seemingly endless fight against illicit products.
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